Large Evil Eye Glass Charm
There are many different stories and tales that follow the evil eye, but the most heard history of the evil eye is said to be a curse from Greek culture that has been passed through many decades and still exists today. It states that when someone is envious of you, they'll have the power to give you an 'evil glare' and send bad luck your way.
Due to this belief, protection from the evil eye is something that many people actively sought after. This is why, in today's times, people use evil eye jewelry or hand an evil eye around their homes as a symbol of protection against bad luck.
However, the evil eye is found in many other cultures worldwide, and it’s important to do your own research and learn about how different cultures appreciate their evil eye. There are many different colors, meanings, and words that are used for the evil eye. Other cultures who represent the evil eye/their names:
- Hebrew Evil Eye – Ayin Ha’ra
- Turkish Evil Eye – Nazar Boncugu
- Italian Evil Eye – Mal Occhio
- Farsi – Bla Band
- Arabic – Ayin Harsha
- Scotland – Droch Shuil
- Spanish – Mal Ojo or El Oja
- France – Mauvais Oeil
- Germany – Böser Blick
- Romans – Oculus Malus